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Bush Says Report Doesn't Alter His Views on Iran

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Bush Says Report Doesn't Alter His Views on Iran

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Bush Says Report Doesn't Alter His Views on Iran

Bush Says Report Doesn't Alter His Views on Iran

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At a White House news conference Tuesday, President Bush faced questions about a new national intelligence report that says Iran halted its program to develop nuclear weapons in 2003.

The report contradicts what the president has been saying about Iran in recent months.

Bush says Iran is still dangerous and said the report doesn't change anything about his opinions on the country.